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Sinecología básica de moluscos terrestres en cuatro formaciones vegetales de Cuba

@article{Prez2015SinecologaBD,
  title={Sinecolog{\'i}a b{\'a}sica de moluscos terrestres en cuatro formaciones vegetales de Cuba},
  author={Antonio Mijail P{\'e}rez and Juan Carlos Villaseca and Naima Zione},
  journal={Revista De Biologia Tropical},
  year={2015},
  volume={44},
  pages={133-146}
}
Se estudio puntualmente (Junio, 1991) las comunidades de mOlUSCOS terrestres de cuatro formaciones vegetales del Jardin Botanico Nacional de Cuba. Hay 21 especies distribuidas en 19 generos y 14 familias. Los indices de diver·· sidad mas altos fueron obtenidos en el Bosque Seco (H'=2.08) y el Semicadudfolio (H'=L90), donde se observaron tambien los ma.s altos valores de equitatividad. La dominanCIa fue mayor en el Cuabal (DI 2"" 0.86) y la Manigua Costera (0.90), Los valores de ri·­ queza fue… 

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